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BMW unveils new 2 Series Coupé

BMW has taken the covers off the new 2 Series Coupé, which will arrive in the UK in March 2014.

The car effectively replaces the 1 Series Coupé, and will be launched with a choice of two petrol and one diesel engine.

The 2 Series is longer and lower than the 1 Series Coupé, with a wider track, longer wheelbase and significantly increased body width improve cabin space and are said to ensure better driving dynamics.

Following the three engines at launch will be a 218d (with prices starting at £24,265) and a 225d.

As well as essentials, a Bluetooth hands-free mobile phone system with a USB socket, DAB radio, BMW Emergency Call, multi-function leather steering wheel and rain-sensing wipers are also fitted as standard.

Over and above the extensive kit of the SE trim, which also includes rear parking sensors, auto-dimming rear-view mirror and 17-inch alloy wheels, the Sport equipment grade level adds sports seats and black high-gloss interior trim, as well as 17-inch alloy wheels. Modern adds part leather upholstery, Dark Pearl interior trim and an unique 17-inch alloy wheel design.

Also available from launch is the M Sport. This model combines bespoke M Sport Suspension (including a 10mm drop in ride height and 18-inch M Sport light-alloy wheels in double-spoke design), M aerodynamic bodystyling and High-gloss Shadowline exterior trim.

In addition M aluminium door sill strips, front sports seats, Aluminium Hexagon interior trim, M Sport leather steering wheel and cloth-alcantara upholstery underline the 2 Series Coupé’s sporting nature from the inside. Estoril Blue metallic paint can also be specified with the M Sport trim level.

Among the items on the options list are electrically adjustable and heated seats, Xenon headlights, an electrically operated glass sunroof and Comfort Access.



Price (OTR)

Power (hp)

Torque (lb-ft) 0-62mph (sec) Fuel economy (mpg) CO2 (g/km)
220i SE £25,040 184 199 7.0 44.8 (47.1) 148 (139)
220d SE £25,865 184 280 7.2 (7.1) 58.9 (64.2) 125 (117)
M235i £34,250 306 332 5.0 (4.8) 34.9 (37.2) 189 (176)

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  • Mike - 25/10/2013 15:52

    The new 2-Series is a beautiful car and different from the 1-Series hatch. When you look at pricing the 2-Series doesn’t look cheap vs the bigger brother 4-Series. After adjusting the standard specification the cost difference between the two models is only £1500. At that level I would and I guess everyone will pick the 4-Series. Still love the 2-Series, what a great looking car.

  • Ian John Mellor - 18/01/2014 11:38

    I am a current 1 series driver and with the images and spec shown above I will be wanting to test drive the new 2 series as the car looks amazing bring on March 2014!!!!!!

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